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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Nor The Battle To The Strong Book Review



Eva Lambros lives a fulfilling life with her partner, Zoe -- but her past hides painful experiences she longs to forget. As the couple journeys to the wartime research facility at the center of Eva's horror, they'll need to rely on each other to face a series of shocking revelations. 
On the night of November 9, 1938 in Berlin, Germany a teenager's life was forever changed. Sent to the village of Aiden at the foothills of the Bavarian Alps, body and mind were shattered in the brutal Aiden Research Facility. Eighteen years later, Eva Lambros is no longer a teenager but a wealthy heiress. She is poised and confident with the family she has always wanted but there is one last obstacle she must overcome. Together with her partner, the formidable Zoe Lambros, they travel to Aiden to open a memorial to the hundreds of souls that lost their lives. Aiden left Eva with debilitating mental constraints that have taken years to overcome but is she ready to confront and overcome her greatest fear?

Zoe not only has to contend with Eva's state of mind, but she is also pulled into a mystery that involves a woman's search for justice amidst shocking revelations that reaches into the upper echelons of Aiden society.

The race is not always to the swift, nor the battle to the strong in the sixth novel of the award winning historical lesbian romance series imbued with urban fantasy and mystery.


                 My Review: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

A enjoyable read that I couldn't stop reading untill I was finished with the last page. The writting was absolutely well done and engaging. The characters were great as well. I do like the fact that in this book we see more about Zoe and Eva's marriage.

I also loved the magic and romance of this story.  A nice well paced story that is well worth picking up. You also get to learn some history as well and I love learning new things especially when it's about our history.

If you like fantasy , romance, and historical books this is a read that you should definitely give a try.

I voluntarily received a ARC of this book from Read For Reviews to give a honest review. All reviews are 100% my own.

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